4th grade alliteration

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I need an alliteration about a cat.

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    This site explains alliteration -- the repeating of the beginning sounds of words.


    Example: The cagey cat crept into the cottage.

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    Cats can catch crafty critters; cunning critters cats corral quickly, catching quietly chic comestible chunks.

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    i need help with 5th grade alliteration homework

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    Sharp scratcher

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    CLumsy Cara caught a colorful cat named Kansas

  • 4th grade alliteration -

    "YOUR MOM" wrote: Clumsy Cara Caught a colorful cat named Kansas

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